- Departs from:
- Travis Wetland, main carpark, 280 Beach Road, Burwood
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Travis Wetland is an important site for the local and regional conservation of wetland plants. Nearly 80 per cent of pre-European native wetland plant species are present in the wetland, including some now rare on the Canterbury Plains. There are around 53 species of native and introduced birds, including around fifty percent of the population of pukeko in Christchurch.
Tasks vary, and include planting in the wetland (we can supply gumboots if you need), weeding and tasks in the small onsite nursery.Come and join us from 9:30-12:30pm.
We provide: tools, gloves, morning tea and a friendly team leader. Please wear sturdy shoes or boots, appropriate clothing and bring a water bottle.
We'd love to see you there, so please register below. Contact Donna (firstname.lastname@example.org) 021 457 568 for more information.
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